5 Home Design Bloggers We Love
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5 Home Design Bloggers We Love

16 March 2017, by Design A House Sign Interior Design

As the seasons change, so do trends in home decor. With this in mind, it can be difficult to keep up with fashions for patterns and colour, so it's always good to start looking online for inspiration. There are a number of blogs online that can provide inspiration and offer up some great design ideas. We have selected some of our favourite interior design bloggers that are based in the UK to help you find the inspiration you need.

Dear Designer

One of our favourite home design blogs comes from Carole King, an interior designer, writer, and self-confessed design junkie. Her blog, Dear Designer, was started in 2009 and provided a space to collect and share various inspirations. The blog has since become hugely popular for its interior design tips and info about the latest design trends. 

Carole's 'Moodboard Monday' series is a great place to start if you're looking for some design inspiration. However, if you've already decorated but want to spruce up for Spring, you'll also enjoy her simple guides to implementing key trends in your home and her spotlights on UK high-street stores. 

To visit Dear Designer, click here.

Design Hunter

Design Hunter is another great blog that was launched in 2009. It was started by Helen Powell to record the latest in design for home and interiors. The blog focuses on understated minimal designs and also curates a careful selection of the most stylish and beautiful spaces, too. 

Helen founded the website and has been featured in a number of publications including The Sunday Times and The Independent. She has also won awards for her blog including ‘Best Luxury Blog’ award at the Amara Interior Blog Awards. If you are looking for a minimalist style in your home then this is definitely the blog for you.

To visit Design Hunter, click here.

Swoon Worthy

A fantastic blog that features an interesting mix of eye-catching design and general home inspiration tips. The blog features bold and extravagant designs and encourages its readers to embrace their personalities and reflect this in their home. You can expect to see vibrant colours, animal prints, gold finishes and often rather decadent design inspiration. There are also posts that focus on more topical content, such as organising your makeup collection.

Swoon Worthy was created by Kimberly Duran in 2010 after she decorated her Edwardian house using her own DIY skills. Her approach to contemporary design proves popular with a lot of people who are looking for something different to many of the minimalist design blogs.

To visit Swoon Worthy, click here.

Apartment Apothecary

If you are looking for design tips on how to decorate and fill your home on a budget then this might be the perfect blog for you. The blog is filled with loads of DIY and craft ideas and gives some great advice on how you can decorate on a low budget. The author, Katy Orme, has also recently become a mother and has created content on the design of her nursery.

The blog also has a great shop feature which includes a wide range of products from some of the best designers. The great thing about the shop is that you don’t even need to exit the website; all purchases can be completed through Apartment Apothecary.

To visit Apartment Apothecary, click here.

Mad About the House

This award-winning website has one of the best blogs about interior design and modern living. There’s tonnes of inspiration from choosing the right paint to picking out home accessories. The blog was created by experienced interiors journalist, Kate Watson-Smyth. You can expect to see new design trends and inspiration to suit all kinds of tastes.

The blog was originally created by Kate to highlight some of the great designs and pieces she came across but couldn’t fit into her journalistic pieces. Having spent over 20 years writing for The Independent, Financial Times and Daily Mail, on subjects of property and interior design, the author has a great deal of knowledge and expertise in the field.

To visit Mad About the House, click here.

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